Every working parent wants the best for their child when they are away, and many wonder if the daycare is the one that will provide their child with a safe and healthy environment.
Below are some advantages enjoyed by children who participate in daycare, as found by special scientific research groups.
FEWER EMOTIONAL SWITCHES
Spending time at school, the child feels happy, creative and useful. Besides, each of us would feel happy if we were in an environment surrounded by smiling and cheerful friends.
Children who go to kindergarten are certainly used to always being in a group of children, often trying to win in a game, to excel in an activity, to cooperate in order to enjoy the teacher’s praise. Shy kids come out of their shells more easily, and more importantly, they make friendships that continue outside of the school environment.
Daily routine and schedule is something that all children need. It provides them with a sense of security and allows them to know what will come next during their day. Even the children who are considered “misfit” at home, in the school environment are “obliged” to follow the rest of their classmates, seeing that in this way they have more to gain.
There are so many stimuli, interaction with classmates, opportunities for group play that it is difficult for a child to get bored in kindergarten. Certainly at home, ideas sometimes dry up, and the inspiration of the grandparents, who have the best intentions, is limited to a fairy tale, or to the child’s occupation with his toys.
BETTER SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
Research has shown that children who are in the preschool environment, are more ready to start school, have more knowledge and skills in spelling, preschool, fine motor skills and of course language development.
The teachers are specially trained and qualified in the subject of preschool education. They will be able to help in situations that may seem dead ends, and even identify skills and abilities in the child to help them develop them.